Dating back to feudal times, the Japanese bride dressed in a traditional uchikake robe for her wedding, commonly adorned with elegant birds or flowers and highlighted in silver and gold thread. Hair adornments were equally intricate — brides wore a tsuno kakushi or "horn hider" to keep her from feelings of jealousy, as well as a wataboshi hood so that only her groom could see her face.
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